Monthly Archives: December 2019

Familial Motifs Bring Custodio’s Patterns To Life

Danny Custodio’s Floral Carpets / Tapetes Floridos is an exhibition that is visually enticing, and tells a story that intersects with history, place and immigration. Continue reading

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Deconstructed / Reassembled Portraiture: Kim Van Stygeren

Kim Van Stygeren’s portraiture works at Queenston Mile Vineyard are well made contradictions of recycled materials and a strong painterly hand. Continue reading

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In conversation: Jon Shaw and Transfigurement

Jon Shaw’s exhibition of new work at NAC documents the devolution of the former General Hospital on Queenston Street in St. Catharines, in both an artistically and socially engaging manner. Continue reading

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